Mom Reads A,,,, S… Passage From School Book — Mic Gets Cut But She Won’t Stop

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At a school board meeting, a mom read a p…. passage from a school book to show parents what their children are reading. Nevertheless, when her mic was cut, it just made her even more determined.

During a school board meeting of the Lake Travis Independent School District, Kara Bell utilized her time slot to expose educators for allowing the s….. of children to take place at two of their junior high schools. Incredibly, all the Texas mother had to do to prove her outrage was to read a short excerpt from one of the books available to students.

As schools continue to adopt progressive curricula, parents are discovering that some educators are more concerned with social issues than academics. Disturbingly, one area of the social sciences that has infiltrated the education system is s,…..freedom, and it’s being introduced to children right under their parents’ noses.

Local mother Kara Bell read a passage from Ashley Hope Perez’s novel “Out of Darkness,” which captures a love affair between a black boy and a Mexican-American girl in East Texas. The excerpt was so s….. explicit that the board was forced to censor the reading, The Blaze reports.

“For the boys, p**** or the idea of p**** —a Mexican is a Mexican is a Mexican. Take her out back, we boys figured, then hand on the t***ies, put in her coinbox, put it in her cornhole, grab a hold of that braid, rub that calico,” she read. “You can find that on page 39 of the book called ‘Out of Darkness,’ which you can find at Hudson Bend Middle School and Bee Cave Middle School.”

After finishing the reading, Bell explained some of the slang verbiage used in the book. Although parents may not understand it, their preteen children will soon be learning about it.

Bell continued, “All right, not gonna lie, had to Google ‘cornhole’ because I have the game in the back of my yard. But according to Wikipedia, ‘cornhole’ is a s…. slang vulgarism for anus. The term came into … use in the 1910s in the United States … its verb form ‘to cornhole,’ which came into usage in the 1930s, means to have a…. s…..”

Bell then turned her fury toward the school board members, blasting them for allowing p…. material to be available to children on their watch. At the very moment she starts speaking to the board, one of the members interrupts her in an attempt to shut her down.

“I do not want my children to learn about a…. s…. in middle school! I’ve never had …. s….! I don’t want to have a…. s…! I don’t want my kids having a…. s….! I want you to start focusing on education and not public health!” she told the board members.

At this point, Bell’s mic was cut off. However, that didn’t stop her from continuing her relentless chastising of the educators. Before walking away from the podium, she reminded the board members to do their job and stop s…. children.

“You are not public health officials; you are supposed to be educating our children! Do not teach them about a….s….” she demanded.

The school district later told KXAN that the book was removed from both schools and would undergo a review.

“A district possesses significant discretion to determine the content of its school libraries,” the district spokesperson told the station, citing school board policy. “A district must, however, exercise its discretion in a manner consistent with the First Amendment.”

Bizarrely, the district cited underage children’s supposed First Amendment rights but agreed that materials may be removed if they are deemed too explicit.

The spokesperson added to KXAN that the “district shall not remove materials from a library for the purpose of denying students access to ideas with which the district disagrees. A district may remove materials, because they are pervasively vulgar or based solely upon the educational suitability of the books in question.”

If the school board members can’t even allow a parent to read aloud an excerpt from a book that’s available in their schools, it stands that the book is far too explicit for the children they’re allowing to read it. The fact that this book was ever approved for students is enough of a reason for parents to know that those in charge are either negligent or predatory.

The government believes it knows what’s best for children better than the parents. Disturbingly, this has come to include s….., but it certainly won’t end there.

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